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Wii Fit For Sale £85.00

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8y, 5d agoPosted 8 years, 5 days agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Hi

I have a Wii Fit & Balance board available. I bought it for my wife but she has not used it.
Its absolutely pristine. Looking to get my money back so £69.99 + postage + transaction fees so £85 ish
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8y, 5d agoPosted 8 years, 5 days agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
Where are you located?

I may be able to collect for £69.99
banned#2
since you can get them for £70 brand new delivered i think you will have to lower your price
banned#3
crispwarez
since you can get them for £70 brand new delivered i think you will have to lower your price


You'd be lucky they are rarely in stock anywhere
#4
crispwarez;3595901
since you can get them for £70 brand new delivered i think you will have to lower your price

good luck
#5
lupos0_1;3595889
Where are you located?

I may be able to collect for £69.99

I'm in Cheltenham, GL52
#6
Ah, a bit far for me then.

Thanks anyway
#7
Transaction fees? This isn't Thiefbay! Surely rules are original cost + postage so £85 is a bit excessive?
#8
tony_s1
Transaction fees? This isn't Thiefbay! Surely rules are original cost + postage so £85 is a bit excessive?


Why should he sell at a loss.

Item itself: £70

Postage: £10 - thereabouts unless you want to send it second class + uninsured.

Packaging: £2-3

Fees for Paypal: £2

Not far off the mark is it :roll:
banned#9
lupos0_1
Why should he sell at a loss.

Item itself: £70

Postage: £10 - thereabouts unless you want to send it second class + uninsured.

Packaging: £2-3

Fees for Paypal: £2

Not far off the mark is it :roll:


Item £70
Postage with Parcel to go insured up to £50: £7-8
Packaging(just stick shipping label onto box): £0
Paypal gift fees £0

So £78 might be reasonable
#10
£85 from what the op states is about right............

RRP on the Wii Fit £69.99
Postage £10.30 ( royal mail parcels + £1 for insurance, possible cheaper courier? )
£80.29
( possible paypal fees 3.4% + 20p ) £2.93

TOTAL ( if paypal fees are incured ) £83.22

EDIT: Beaten to it again :whistling:
#11
Can still get one from a Smyths store for £69.99
#12
If OP had offered it for £69.99 + actual postage costs, then he would have complied with the forum rules. He hasn't done this so it should, I suppose, be reported and he'll get a suspension?

HUKD is not for selling unwanted goods at a profit, that's what Thiefbay's for!
#13
jeez, why do I bother, expired
#14
tony_s1
Transaction fees? This isn't Thiefbay! Surely rules are original cost + postage so £85 is a bit excessive?


Paddy Charlie
Item £70
Postage with Parcel to go insured up to £50: £7-8
Packaging(just stick shipping label onto box): £0
Paypal gift fees £0

So £78 might be reasonable



So the time taken to do all the packing, take it to the post office, pay car park fees, queue up behind someone posting 25 parcels ( like I did 3 hours ago ) accounts for nothing then does it.
Get real people. Posting and packing is not just about a bit of brown paper and some sellotape.
#15
Jumpingphil;3596498
So the time taken to do all the packing, take it to the post office, pay car park fees, queue up behind someone posting 25 parcels ( like I did 3 hours ago ) accounts for nothing then does it.
Get real people. Posting and packing is not just about a bit of brown paper and some sellotape.

obviously not on this forum, its all about whether you abide by some nerdy rules, fleabay here I come
#16
tony_s1
If OP had offered it for £69.99 + actual postage costs, then he would have complied with the forum rules. He hasn't done this so it should, I suppose, be reported and he'll get a suspension?

HUKD is not for selling unwanted goods at a profit, that's what Thiefbay's for!



Please define "actual postage costs" for something like this.
It is quite heavy. How close to the post office are you.
Do you get a bus, go by car, get a taxi.
What do you use to pack it all up safely in.
How much is your time worth.
Do you get the idea.
I think this was quite a reasonable deal 'til you came along.
Now the item appears to be no longer for sale.
Are you happy.
banned#17
Jumpingphil
So the time taken to do all the packing, take it to the post office, pay car park fees, queue up behind someone posting 25 parcels ( like I did 3 hours ago ) accounts for nothing then does it.
Get real people. Posting and packing is not just about a bit of brown paper and some sellotape.


As I said Parcel 2 go £7-8 all you do is stick address label. And they will pick it up!!

I was trying to help OP out by showing how cheap he could send it therefore get more interest. If you see start of posts I had a go at someone saying its £69.99 delivered.

So get next time get your facts right before jumping in
#18
grayslick
obviously not on this forum, its all about whether you abide by some nerdy rules, fleabay here I come


Some people just don't have a clue.
They probably weren't interested in the deal for themselves anyway.
Just wanted to spoil it for others.
Sorry that they seem to have succeeded.
#19
Paddy Charlie
As I said Parcel 2 go £7-8 all you do is stick address label. And they will pick it up!!

I was trying to help OP out by showing how cheap he could send it therefore get more interest. If you see start of posts I had a go at someone saying its £69.99 delivered.

So get next time get your facts right before jumping in




And what time will they pick it up.
You gonna pay for me to stay in all day waiting for them to turn up.
I don't think so.
Not everyone is a stay at home all day person.

And what FACTS did I get wrong.
#20
Jumpingphil;3596696
And what time will they pick it up.
You gonna pay for me to stay in all day waiting for them to turn up.
I don't think so.
Not everyone is a stay at home all day person.

precisely, I'll take a day off from my well paid contracting job to wait for DHL to roll up anytime between 9 and 5 if you're lucky...........guess what sometimes they don't turn up at all.
banned#21
Jumpingphil
And what time will they pick it up.
You gonna pay for me to stay in all day waiting for them to turn up.
I don't think so.
Not everyone is a stay at home all day person.


Neither do I I have a job where I am in an office so can get it picked up there.

All I was doing was trying to give him info on how to send it cheaper I never once said overpriced.

So just stop spoiling for a fight and leave it be
#22
lupos0_1:
Why should he sell at a loss.

Item itself: £70

Postage: £10 - thereabouts unless you want to send it second class + uninsured.

Packaging: £2-3

Fees for Paypal: £2

Not far off the mark is it


Item £70
Postage with Parcel to go insured up to £50: £7-8
Packaging(just stick shipping label onto box): £0
Paypal gift fees £0

So £78 might be reasonable






Seems to me that you though it was £7.00 overpriced.
Plus you only wanted to insure it up to £50.00 when it cost £70.00
What would happen if it got lost or damaged.
I'm not spoiling for a fight but it seems that because of two peoples comments on here, this item is no longer available to ANYONE.
Can I just ask you one question, were you interested in buying this?
#23
Hi
I listed this on ebay BIN £84.99 + £10.99 at 18.25 and it sold within 30 minutes
Thanks

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